The Supreme Court has decided that part-time fee-paid judges are "workers" protected by the Part Time Workers Directive, as their relationship with
A number of judgments, published in the last few weeks, are likely to affect the day-to-day working practices of many of our readers. They cover a
The continuing economic downturn has led to a new surge in the number of employees being made redundant.
A contract for provision of IT services for the Greek Social Security Foundation has come under Commission scrutiny following complaints of discrimination and unfair treatment.
The European Central Bank (ECB) has published a policy document which, if implemented, will require central counterparties handling more than five per cent of euro-denominated products to be based in the euro-zone.
International assignments, secondments and employment have become a common feature for many global businesses.
Welcome to the August edition of Nabarro’s employment briefing.
Last week, the Court of Justice of the European Union (the ECJ) delivered an important, employer-favourable, decision on compulsory retirement ages.
If you asked an employer “for how long, after the end of the employment, do you continue to owe duties to an ex-employee?” chances are the answers would range from “a few weeks” to “a few months”.
The GC has ruled on Ryanair’s application for a declaration that the Commission failed to act by not responding to its November 2005 complaint concerning the exclusive use of Munich Airport’s Terminal 2 by Lufthansa and its Star Alliance Partners.